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Hamilton is the only city where house prices will grow in 2015/16 according to TD Bank.
Last year was a good one for the housing market in Edmonton with an 11 per cent increase in MLS sales compared to the previous year.
Canadian homeowners are increasingly pessimistic about real estate prices.
A new poll from CIBC shows that 65 per cent of Canadians are starting the New Year feeling confident of reaching their financial goals.
Paying down debt is a top priority for Canadians, according to a recent study, and one broker believes helping clients manage mortgage debt is one effective way to earn referrals.
Are you – or one of your clients -- considering the next investment property but struggling to choose a location? Do you have a location in mind but need more information about its demographics, average home prices and quarterly trends?
Fortune 500 biotech firm Quintiles reduced turnover by 50 per cent and increased retention by 13 per cent by focusing on one key driver of business success: employee recognition.
There was a new record set for condos and townhouses in Calgary for 2014. The latest figures from Calgary Real Estate Board show an 18 per cent year-over-year rise in sales of condos with 17 per cent for townhouses.
With the latest assessments starting to arrive in mailboxes many Vancouverites are seeing large growth in the assessed value of their homes.
The economy heads into the New Year in uncertain territory with energy sector revenues on shaky ground and continued speculation about interest rates.